Case Study 5 – Creagan Gorm

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Project Name: Creagan Gorm

Building Type: Housing

Location: Glenmore, Aviemore

Architect: John Gilbert Architects

Project: Creagan Gorm Cottages provide functional, robust and affordable social housing for key workers in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.

This project was a pilot scheme, designed to examine how to maximise the use of Scottish timber and minimize energy use throughout the construction and occupation of the homes.

Materials Featured: Larch cladding, Scottish Spruce

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